LSG vs SRH, IPL 2023 | Important innings of Klaasen and Samad, Hyderabad set a target of 183 runs in front of LSG

Hyderabad: A 40-ball 58 partnership for the sixth wicket between Heinrich Klaasen (47) and Abdul Samad (37 not out) helped Sunrisers Hyderabad post a competitive 182 for six after faltering in the middle overs. . Klaasen hit three fours and as many sixes in his 29-ball innings, while Samad hit one four and four sixes in his 25-ball innings. Anmolpreet Singh (36 off 27 balls), captain Aiden Markram (28 off 20 balls) and Rahul Tripathi (20 off 13 balls) failed to convert good starts into big innings for the team. Captain Krunal Pandya for Lucknow Supergiants Took two wickets for 24 runs in four overs. He took wickets in consecutive balls in the 13th over. Yudhveer Singh, Avesh Khan, Yash Thakur and Amit Mishra got one success each. In the third over of the match, Yudhveer got Abhishek Sharma (seven runs in five balls) caught by wicketkeeper Quinton Dickock and gave the team the first success. Two points are 1️⃣8️⃣3️⃣ runs away. 👊 — Lucknow Super Giants (@LucknowIPL) May 13, 2023 In the next over, Tripathi hit two fours against captain Krunal Pandya. He welcomed Avesh Khan with two consecutive fours in the fifth over. In the same over, opener Anmolpreet Singh also hit two fours to take the team’s score past 50. In the next over, Tripathi was caught behind the wicket by Yash Thakur’s bouncer. Markram hit a six against Amit Mishra in the ninth over but the veteran leg-spinner took a brilliant catch of Anmolpreet off his own ball in the same over. Read this too Heinrich Klaasen, who came to the crease, opened the account of fours. He hit a four and a six against Ravi Bishnoi in the 12th over. In the next over, Krunal gave double success to Lucknow by running Markram and Glenn Phillips (0) on consecutive balls. While Abdul Samad hit Thakur for a six in the 14th over, Klaasen sent Mishra home to the visitors in the 16th over. Samad hit a six against Krunal in the next over to take the team’s score past 150. Avesh got the South African batsman out in the 19th over after hitting a six from Samad and a four from Klaasen. Yash Thakur spent only nine runs in the last over even after hitting a six from Samad.

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